In early October, economist John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center released “Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States: 2019,” his annual report on the number of concealed-carry permit holders in the United States.
“What is frustrating to me is that we never got any insight into the, ‘Why?’”
Concealed-carry permit numbers rise as violent-crime rates fall.
The rule that prohibits firearms in Florida courthouses could be altered to make life easier for gun owners.
A new study on Michigan drivers, conducted by John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center, has found that those without concealed-carry permits were 12.2 percent more likely to break the law.
Frequent contributor AWR Hawkins explores the phenomenal success and safety of the campus-carry movement.